Meet the New PI in Town, Whether She Likes It or Not
Deb Powers leaves her old life as a private investigator behind. Hoping mountain life in Estonoa, Virginia, suits her better.
Determined not to let her troublesome sheriff cousin draw her right back in.
Deb never expects an odd case of disappearing tools to sneak right past her common sense.
And open her eyes to all of the weird at the heart of her new home town.
Also available in the collection Investigations Beyond Belief
An excerpt from Making a Change for the Stranger:
A Case Too Odd To Ignore
“That is more than a little strange,” Deb said. “I’m still not committing to anything, but what are you thinking? Want me to head over and check it out?”
Terri blushed, and Deb knew the truly big ask was about to step out into the open at last.
“Sure, that makes sense. But that really would be going back over ground we already covered. Trouble is we have so much ground to cover in the whole county that we’re short-handed most of the time. I don’t have anyone trained to do what you do. And yes, I do know you’re damn good at it.”
“Enough flattery, Sheriff Walsh. Cousin or not, cut it and get to the point. There have to be private investigators around here I’m sure.”
Terri held both hands up.
“Absolutely, and fine investigators they are. They’d be none too happy with me if they knew I wanted to bring you in instead. But the truth is there’s something strange here, Deb. I feel it, I know it in my bones. I don’t trust anyone besides you to handle this one.”